Tag: Interviews

Jack Gilden: ‘I was surprised how much the Colts revered Unitas’

Jack Gilden, author of Collision of Wills, talks about tracking down retired Colts, the importance of storytelling to sport and his mentors.

Gary Myers: ‘The Cowboys are a $5bn Mom and Pop operation’

Gary Myers, an author and journalist who has covered the NFL for 40 years talks about the Cowboys, writing and his favourite books.

Ralph Hickok: Crashing the Hall of Fame with Johnny Blood

Ralph Hickok, a sports historian for more than 50 years, talks football books, writing and Johnny Blood.

Hank Gola: ‘I wanted to write it as a gift to...

Hank Gola has been a sportswriter for more than 40 years. His latest book, City of Champions, tells the fascinating story of the 1939 high school national champions.

Bob Glauber: ‘Parcells basically accused Walsh of cheating’

Bob Glauber, author of Guts and Glory, discusses the book's origins and reveals his favourite football books.

Dr Robert Turner: ‘NFL players don’t really have free agency’

Dr Robert Turner talks about how football players are treated and what needs to change at the college and professional levels of the game.

John Eisenberg: ‘The NFL aimed to always put the game first’

John Eisenberg talks about the early days of the NFL, covered in his new book, The League, and shares some of his favourite books.

Doug Farrar: ‘Clark Shaughnessy was an overlooked innovator’

Doug Farrar talks about the history of NFL strategy and his first book, The Genius of Desperation.